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- PowerPoint giving ideas for getting students to think about the writing process



Domino Story
- Past Simple Activity

• Tutor splits Students into teams a’s, b’s, and c’s. Each team is given a different task sheet (A, B or C - abcgapfill.pptx). The teams are further separated into pairs. Tutor and LSA support students to draw pictures that will help them to explain the gap-fill text to other members (i.e. A explain to B & C / B to explain to A & C) Tutor to make notes on students expressions and feedback to the class. Tutor and LSA to support students to use the past simple when retelling their stories - read more at Blog Post
Public Category: School Work Published: 03 / 10 / 2010 Reads: 54

Tracks From Session 1 List of youtube sites visited during Session One of mp3.4.me @ Leeds City College with ESOL students 16-25
Public Category: School Work Published: 02 / 25 / 2010 Reads: 78

Using adverts in an ESOL class Information:Download transcript here. See more at www.esoluk.co.uk email: admin@esoluk.co.uk
Thanks to Peter Clements for suggesting the adverts and providing the worksheets.
Public Category: School Work Published: 02 / 11 / 2010 Reads: 329

• Task to use to complete houses.final.xlsx - See comments for link to Excel file.
Public Category: School Work Published: 02 / 08 / 2010 Reads: 96

Languages Excel file for questionnaire style student interactions to record the number of languages spoken by students.
Public Category: None Published: 02 / 08 / 2010 Reads: 90

Housing and Excel Class survey asking
WHERE WE LIVE detached house, semi-detached, terrace, bungalow, flat, terrace.
HOW MANY PEOPLE LIVE IN THIS HOUSE? 2 5 6 2 4 3 6
WHICH POSTCODE? LS7 LS8 LS9?
How many live in flat? How many live in a terrace? How many live in a det
Public Category: None Published: 02 / 08 / 2010 Reads: 44


Types of Home PowerPoint to clarify the difference between detached, semi-detached and terraced houses, use with files linked in the comments below.
Public Category: None Published: 02 / 08 / 2010 Reads: 69

Consonant Memory Game A memory game designed to help students learn to identify consonant sounds.

Instructions First download the document by clicking at the top left of this document. Split your class into 2. Open the file. Ask a student for 2 numbers Click on the first, then press Ctrl and X simultaneously (cut) A picture will appear, under the number. Cut the second number and another picture will appear. If they match the students team gets one point and the student get another turn. If they get it wrong, press Ctrl + Z simultaneously. (undo) If you make a mistake you can press Ctrl + Y (redo)
Public Category: None Published: 02 / 03 / 2010 Reads: 56

Imperative Bossy Verbs Handout for students linked to Imperatives activity - Blog Post Public Category: None Published: 02 / 02 / 2010 Reads: 339

Imperatives matching exercise Print out this page and cut out each square. Students can then match the 2 parts to make 15 instructions.
Public Category: School Work Published: 02 / 02 / 2010 Reads: 203

Vowel Sounds Test Student worksheet - Quiz for students to complete after the presentation. I used it the day after as a spelling test If you like this document please feel free to download it! The format is better in the download. You can always edit the document. Animated slides provide more engagement.
Public Category: School Work Published: 01 / 21 / 2010 Reads: 156

Student Sheet - Vowels Student worksheet for students to complete after the presentation.
I used it after as I didn't want them to be distracted or predicting the pictures in the presentation (Vowel Chart PowerPoint) This would ideally be in colour on A3 but I know that is unlikely if you work in an FE college!
Public Category: School Work Published: 01 / 21 / 2010 Reads: 123

Vowel Sounds - Chart This is a PowerPoint presentation that can be used to present the 20 vowel sounds (vowel sounds and diphthongs) to a class via projector/smart board.

Each sound can be made using a variety of different letter combinations. Drill the students on the pronunciation. Ask students to tell you which letters make the sound in each word. Ask them if they know any other words with the same sound in them.

You can download and give this to the students after the presentation. Students can stick it to their ceiling above their beds and read it before they go to sleep! Download the file and use it in your classes with ESOL, EAL, EFL students.
Public Category: School Work Published: 01 / 21 / 2010 Reads: 306

Stepbystep.nationalities.excel Screenshots of how to use Nationalities-Excel-1 to make a graph of different nationalities in your class.
Public Category: School Work Published: 01 / 18 / 2010 Reads: 120

Nationality Quiz Activity to get students to think about the spellings of nationalities. Linked to an activity designed to help students appreciate the function of autosum in Excel (see above) Interactive questionnaire to get students working together.
Public Category: School Work Published: 01 / 18 / 2010 Reads: 79

Shopping Presentation 2010 Powerpoint to introduce lexis related to shopping. Students to guess the names of pictures and spell them.
Public Category: None Published: 01 / 18 / 2010 Reads: 132

Shopping Activity Cards to cut out and laminate for shop keepers.

Nominate four students to be shop keepers. Make signs out of card for the shops. See blog entry for full details shopping blog for more information
Public Category: School Work Published: 01 / 18 / 2010 Reads: 119

World Stats 2009 Here the data from a workshop that I did with my Tutorial Group to celebrate diversity at my college. You could do a similar project in your school or college. Read about it in my Diversity Post
Public Category: School Work Published: 01 / 08 / 2010 Reads: 146

Why Do We Use Excel.sentences
Use of a spreadsheet in daily life To keep a record of my incomings and outgoings.
To organise and manage my household budget.
To keep a record of all my expenses so I can compare them each month.
To create a shopping list and budget it before I go shopping.
To add up my bills to see if they are correct.
To make a graph about my daily routine.
Public Category: None Published: 01 / 05 / 2010 Reads: 115

WHY DO WE USE EXCEL PowerPoint for use to provoke discussion from students why we use Excel.
Public Category: School Work Published: 01 / 05 / 2010 Reads: 154

8 Things British Like to Complain About PowerPoint on the subject of the things students might dislike about life in the UK. Useful for ESOL Tutors working in F.E. and preparing students for Trinity ESOL Skills for Life exam.
Public Category: None Published: 12 / 28 / 2009 Reads: 192

8 Things i Like About GB PowerPoint on the subject of the things students might like about life in the UK. Useful for ESOL Tutors working in F.E. and preparing students for Trinity ESOL Skills for Life exam.
Public Category: School Work Published: 12 / 28 / 2009 Reads: 103

Equality & Diversity PowerPoint show on the topic of Equality and Diversity - watch with students to provoke discussion of topic.
Public Category: School Work Published: 12 / 28 / 2009 Reads: 142

Foundation Learning Tier: 14-19 Delivery Guidance for 2009/10 Provider Delivery Guidance August 2009 Final Version from the QCDA
Public Category: None Published: 11 / 22 / 2009 Reads: 115

Access to Education for Refugee & Asylum Seeking Children 04 Access to education for refugee and asylum seeking children by Michael Richmond-Coggan Pilot project worker The Children’s Society LEAP project Contents Introduction to Report on Pilot Project Summary of findings during the pilot project Recommendations based on the project work Data produced by Andy Humphreys, Research and Information Officer Fig. 1 and Fig. 2 Graphs showing average contact time, number of pupils for January 2005 April 2006 Fig. 3 and Fig. 4 Graphs showing
Public Category: None Published: 11 / 15 / 2009 Reads: 231

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